Job Openings Mechanical Supervisor

About the job Mechanical Supervisor


  • Carrie out maintenance and control of all the mechanical production equipment; 
  • Ensure the efficiency of the production equipment Prepare the appropriate maintenance plans and associated spare parts;
  • Manage the deck mechanic team in compliance with the Company safety and quality procedures Ensure adequate training to personnel.


  • Manage the production equipment ensuring its continuous operation through ordinary/extraordinary
    maintenance and repairs; 
  • Supervise and coordinates the Mechanic Foremen Offshore and the Mechanics Offshore to ensure that
    the work is carried out in compliance with safety and quality requirements; 
  • Assign work tasks to own team to execute maintenance activities; 
  • Define maintenance work priorities and prepares a maintenance frequency schedule;
  • Ensure that the required quantity of spare parts and materials are kept in stock in the vessel storesthrough the establishment of minimum and maximum stock levels, in order to ensure work continuity and vessel self-sufficiency for any planned maintenance activities and for breakdowns that can be reasonably expected;
  • Order spare parts for scheduled maintenance in due time Ensure that the planning, execution, and material control for all maintenance activities is carried out with the appropriate Corporate software applications wherever available;
  • Be responsible for the equipment preparation and set-up in advance and during execution of project
    operations, in liaison with the Chief Engineer and the Offshore Construction Manager;
  • Be responsible for the adequate preservation of vessel equipment before long stand-by periods, as
    directed by the Chief Engineer;
  • Ensure that all project equipment used is certified, in suitable condition and properly stored Provide maintenance for project equipment when required;
  • At project completion, be responsible for the completion of equipment card and for arranging correctpacking and preservation of mobile equipment to be demobilised from the vessel, in order to keep Company property in good conditions for further use;
  • Be responsible for the training of Junior Vessel Equipment Engineers Report near-miss events and incidents;
  • Ensure that the Permit-to-Work system is understood and operated 
  • As applicable, perform duties within the vessel emergency team as indicated in the Emergency preparedness manual;
  • Report to the Chief Engineer

Qualifications required:

  • Minimum 5 years FPSO Experience
  • Minimum 10 years Super Tanker or Crude oil tanker experienced
  • International experience in Angola, Africa, Brazil is a plus
  • Experience with Total, SHELL, Saipem, SONANGOL, BP is a plus
  • Candidates matching the attached job description.